got it back around the end of last month (October 2014) but since I have my PlayStation 2 back I've decided to buy the games I u
6 November 2014
Summary: I had this game years ago when I was younger, probably about 5 years ago. I sold the game along with a bunch of others because I got an Xbox 360, which I regret so much selling the games, and I let a family member borrow my PlayStation 2 afterwards. It was borrowed for 5 years...got it back around the end of last month (October 2014) but since I have my PlayStation 2 back I've decided to buy the games I used to love and one of them happenes to be Chaos Legion!
Summary: This game is beautiful, it rock every beat and and is a most optimized game I ever seen in 2004. I ran it smoothly on a 128MB ram PC, which couldn't even handle Warcraft3 properly. Imagine the guy who in change of DMC fighting mechanic got a call from those guy that design Final Fantasy characters, whose say something as "let's make some epic **** that people gonna take 10 more years to This game is beautiful, it rock every beat and and is a most optimized game I ever...
Summary: For a new generation it could be "bad" game but for a old skool gamer like me it was good game. I mean I was crazy about anything Japanese and anime like and it was hard to find them. not like today.
Summary: There are many titles that blur the line between action/adventure and role-playing game, for instance, Nintendo’s long-running Legend of Zelda franchise. Another title that blurs the line between the aforementioned genres is Capcom’s Chaos Legion, based on a novel by Japanese writer Tow Ubukata, which proves to be a solid, if somewhat brief, experience.
Summary: I've played this game through to completion with both characters. Once you start getting more Legions to summon, you can gain passive abilities. Which adds to the beginning lackluster combat. Later on, some enemies become a hassle and you have to use the proper move to even deal moderate damage. Story isn't the strong point, but it's enjoyable. Stage design is pretty great, but nothing I've played this game through to completion with both characters.
Why does everybody have to compare this game to DMC & Dynasty Warriors?
Adjudicator of Oblivion, Amazon
28 October 2011
Summary: I played this game from 2003-2008 or so, never got old for me and never will. This game is NOTHING like DMC, and I don't even know how people can make the slightest comparison. The swordplay is different and can be modified depending on choice of legion, the graphics engine was more improved than most or all games from 2003, the music was goth/opera (unlike DMC), you fight large hordes of enemies (unlike DMC), you have an intermission mode (unlike DMC), you're able to...
Summary: This game came out for PS2 waaaay back in 2002 i think it was, and i bought it in 2007 from amazon and only now reviewing here because i didn't realize i never reviewed it back then when i ordered, was having to much fun most likely lol. Anyways, this game is quite possibly my favorite or atleast 2nd favorite game for PS2 ever made, i bought my PS2 late in general, in 2005 when it first went slim so my lateness on both the game and the console was quite harassing however...